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WHY GUATEMALA HAS A DICTATOR. Am. IUrrl MhM lit AinerlSnn Uay lifting llmliieaa nnd Nih(a to Tinde Willi Till Ofttmlry llrlilili InllHenra la AgalHat Mini. RTKA Barrios In M Ce-UpjrlUR IH (1 u n t e ra tt I a tin p r t I d o c i, or, rather, the ilttM toraklp, alnrn Idle ewnta have ootn pelled him lo as it; m tha nncon trailed direction of the country's at tain. He l a nephew o( now. Halloo liar mm, who waa killed in ISM ni the bat tle of Cbaleuapa by the Salvadoreans and other Central Americans opposed (n hit scheme of restoring tb anolanl confederacy under Ouatemalan Influ ence Hint moral direction. Hen. Joe Maria Itelnn Rirrlo waa only 1.1 yenra olil when he marched Hi IMfl, with the atmill troop of patriotic volunteers led liy hla uncle. Hull no ItarrliM, In his Unit but tiiMucceMful assault upnn tlio government of President Cnrna. The voting volunteer participated In the Movnral attempt to frw hla oonntry Irom tyrannical government ami won liU military grades on ninny battle fields. lie was married In .New York ten year ago to Mtaa Algeria Ueuton of New Orleana. He was elected president f the republic on March IS. 130!, anil lit term will expire next March. On May 31 last he mot with the tnoat serl otfa. If net the flrat, opposition of the (JEN. J08K MA ft I A HHINA llAIiniOS. nntlonul assembly. Thin happened ithout n government hill proposing to nmko In the United States n loan of tlR.000.000. destined to llnlHh the north ern railroad of Guatemala ami to pro mom other euterprlaea. It wna Im possible to get a quorum for several slttlnga and finally the president waa compelled to dissolve the assembly nml assume himself nil the powera which the conatltutlon gave him. President Helna llarrloa la popular among hla countrymen, notwithstand ing the fact that the favors the Intro duction of American Ideas. Inventions and product In hla eountry. All the nrltlah influence are at work against him. VTImt llnrnmra or Thamf Of the 110.000,000 old nipper cents which were sent out from the mint only the 900,000 have ever been no counted for and only now and thou la a stray one of the remaining 119,000,- 000 teen In elreulntlon Of tha 1,800,000 bronze 2-eeti piece sent out only 1 500,000 over found their way buck, leaving 3,000,000 to be accounted for, and there are nn wpjal number of nickol 3-cent pleeea somewhere In the o'intry. though It la very rarely that one In Keen. Of the 180,000 half-cent not one ha ever been returned to the mint. A few of thin denomination may be found in the hand of eoln collect- .r. but the whereabout of the rent k a mytery. It I estimated that the dally supply of needle for the nntlrc orld amouHle In 3,0M,000 of varying .iniHoa ml bIvm while llm I'liila.l Htaicg alone call for a yearly eupply ! f 300.oo0.o00 Of pine, It I aald that ! Him of the large department atorea if fix order loo caae at a time. Itaoli ic cuntalrw doaen papera. and "nh paper hold MO plea, ao a little 'i.- of the multiplication table will w what an immenee thing even the m order meana The yearly output of pins from (he largeat factory In tha I'nliod mate It I 'lalwed. would If piared end to en I reach three time itound the wtrld What a itmtml HUn WmmM II. What abould ' the eaeentlal condl uona of a mdl iiaheryT flrtt, tha ! ulldlng ahould 'r ibnve groUMti, per fiMtiy drained and ventilated, well or 4iitiad abetdutel) I'laau, and the ex itense of labor should be of ho conald rallon The men shouM l tyi ti'mattrally Inspecisd with regard to ineir perMBal cieaallneaa. having, la the flrat plate Itwen aelectetd for em ployment on the ground of their good general health and tcmperaa The hours ef labor should Ite limited and nvenlenre rr washing pnrpose should be provided The building (hould be dual proof la order to make lust ontatiiliis'i.i" ImiMiaalhie. the ven should e nr.'. I it the hnck of, iBd not In 'b.' Ink home Itself Y, aler used eU iM 'c if ihe ver) beat and auaranteed qualify and. In order ' i' n 1 1 it proper proportion t -uld ! fr l. ' in .!' 'iidti k . 1 1 nl i ii' flo'iT It ali.iil'l In- ll'.'.iurr li i ' ll' If. "-ollrflilv 'h l'-.' 4 - ' l il' d' 1 1 In ti'i'l-r H' '1 i'i Mi' i vol Hoo from lb- i'ii') ir.MKM.-i during June on BREAKINO MONTH CARLO. j rlanrei Hltnnlns- IIik rinanrlal Halation to Itx lllmiiill o( Capture, Those who have a passion for garni) ling and have found It unprofitable, a class marly aa numerous aa the who tumble at all. might well consider tie recent announrittnont that a dividend of f 1,000,000 for lait year haa been de clared by the Block company running the gaming tnhlea at Monte Carlo. That amount, aoys the St. I.oula Globe nemoerat. la the In tercet on I100.000. ooo, and represent an extraordinary preflt There are about (00.000 visitor a year at Monte Carlo, and aa. In addi tion to Ute dividend named, they pay the expense of the gambling resort, with IU thousand attachea, they will not be dlepoted to deny that gambling la a highly txpaislVe amusement. Though there li a tradition that some body oecaalonally breaks the bank at Monte Carlo, Ite dividend are nover tcrloiwly affected Aa the game In Monte Carlo appear to be what la called afiuare, even thote familiar with them nro at a loss to account far the enormous profits. The rhancea In the piny went to be almoat evenly bal at oed.y. t the million gravitate rapidly to the sldo of the bank. If the mere betting oh rod and black which la prevalent nt Monle Carlo la so profitable to the bank many othor forme of gambling nro far worse. It It needle to namo them. The visitors t Monte Carlo could make at least $8,000,000 a yenr by not going tlioro. WRITER OP ADJECTIVES. I'tolrioy Wm Hip (treated Vtrr nt ths UHfliiB UnnU. Tho grentoat writer of adjccllvoa that the world haa over known wn Claudlti Ptolemy, tho renowned Hgyp tlnn natronnmer and natrolugor. who llnurlehed In the lecond century. Tho present revival of the latter eclenee hni reeallail the use of adjeetlvea by faiaou wizard of the Nile. Hero In n iwaaage from one of the hooka which ha come down to u through the cen turies having lately been reprlntoil: "When Jupiter alone hit domonlon of tho mind, and la glorlnuity situated, he render It generous, grnrlom, pi on, reverent, Joyous, lofty, liberal, Just, magnanimous, noble, lelf-nctlng, rompaealnnntu, fond of learning, ben eficent, benevolent, and oulctilntod for government; and If posited Inglorlou ly. he will endow the mind with qual Itle apparently similar to theao, but not of hiipIi vlriiie ami luster: na, In Mead of generosity, ho will thn eniwe profusion: Instend of piety, bigotry; for modesty, timidity: for noblonos. nrrogniue; for coiirtcotincaa. folly; for olognnro, vulptuoiiMiieiM; for magnan imity. careloeancsH, nnd for liberality, Indlfferoneo. Conolllnted with Mars, and being In glory, Jupiter will make men rungli, warlike, skillful In military nffnlr. dlcytntnrlnl, refractory, Impot lion, daring, free In speech, ablo In action, fond of dlnpu tntlon, oontoutlouH, Imporloui, gener t us. ambitious. Iraiclblc. judlrlou and fortunate; but. If thus connected, nnd not placed in glory, ho make men mis. chlevnui, reokieae, cruel, pltlloaa, Ne dltloii. nuarrelsome, perverse, calum nlnus, arrogant, avaricious, rapnclous, InoonRlHtont, vnln nml ompty, un steady, precipitate, fnlthlo. Injudl clou, Inconaldernte, senseleea, and omeloug. Ineiilpntora, prodigals, trlflera, altogether without comluot and giving way to every Impulse. When conclll nled with Venn, and In glorious posi tion, Jupiter will render the mind pure, Joyous, delighting In elegance In the 1TOMSMY. art and solene. and In poetry and mualc; aluable in friendship, ilHeere. benetlceni. comitaMlonate, iHUffaufllve religious fond of sport nnd exer elaea, prudent, amiable and affectlan aie. gracious, noble, brilliant, eandld. liberal, dlerrtet. tewpemle, madeat, piona. Just, foHd or glory, and In all respect honorable and worthy. .tilttrlliMiiiriili of timlfiit 'nuiiell. An "advertisement pillar" baa been brought to light In the sxeavatkimi of IVajtipell. It was covered with adver tisement bills one over another. Tha different layer could be seiwratail (rem each other, and the eamenta wen dcolphered aa theatrleal program and prograw of the arena. proelamatlBn for the foHhrontlng senatorial else Hon, notice of tribunal gAthering, fMtlvlllrn cli ureal MuMeMH'i Pathr, The father of Sir Arthur lulllvan wee bandmaster of the Itayal Military col .i' rtsndhuiat. ane a a boy w.ia m'li l" lesrn ' n r liint ruiiirnt In band pi 'In Iimswmiii and the 1 jnf. Iki I' i l" Hie i'rr' 'r.ilntni: Mil fi'hii kiw the piiii' lompiger ii.ir unr ui t j u.111. d ii; tnngniHt ir-nt iH.wci or or. lif i ation Bn WSSttA The YUKON UOUNTRY. ItisKdlmateilThal inoo I'tnpt rned Iha llen liy ths Mtiiilta nf lltay Now York, Aug. 17. A dlapaloh from Wnhlnglon enyes Secretary Ongo haa Just received from tho mln- later of the Interior of Canada an ofTl olal report of tho Yukon mining dl trlot. It la a condensation of tha re ports of William Ogllvlo, tho domin ion aurvoyor, nnd contain other mnt tcr from oflleer of tho Canndlnn gov eminent who have prevloasly visited tho region or nro there now. At the outset tho minister atntoi that tho report I published In re spoiino to ntimorou public demnml. "Tho object," he snys, "I not to In diico nny one to go to that remote country at the prosont time. Until bcter mean of comumnlontlon are es tablished n man timlertakoa aerloua rlskaln going there unions ho haa sufll olont roeourcoa to tldo over the long winter. After Reptombor egress from tho country I prnctlcnlly Impossible until the following June, and n person who hna not bean auccoacttil la locat ing a paying claim haa to dopoud for hi subsistence on finding employment Wage nro nt times abnormally high, but tho Inhor rnto I very narrow and overstocked. It Is estimated that tip to tho mlddlo of May 11100 to 1C00 per sons hnd crossed the Dyea this year, flovoral hundred more will go by atonmors up tho Yukon river. Whether employment will bo available for all nml for tho considerable population already thero Is somewhat doubtful. It will, therefore, he wise for thoso who contemplate going to tho Yukon district to glvo serious consideration to the matter beforo coming to a do clslon." An extract from tho report of A. 13. Willis, nsslttint surgeon for 180!!, Is given to Indicate tho cllmato of tha Klondike, chnractorlstlca of the In habitants and the mode of living. Ha also tloecrlhcH the kind nf men that should go (o tho Klondike He aaya: "Tho climate la wet. During tho winter months tho rold Is Intense, with usually tonHldornhln wind. A honvy mist rlBlng from open plncoa In tho river settles down In tho valley In oxtromit woathor. This dampnoss makes the cold foil much mure and Is conducive to rheumntlsm, cold and tho like. In selecting men lo live In this country, I beg to submit n few ro marks, foimo of which will be of as nlstnnce to the medical examiners In waking their recommendation. "Men should ho sober, strong and healthy. They should ho practlonl men, ablo to adapt thmnselvas quickly to their suroundlngs. Hpcolal care should he taken to see Unit hla lungs nro sound and ho Is 'ree from rheumn tlsm and rheumatic tendencies and their Joints, especially knee Junta, uro strong nnd hnvn nevor boon wenkoned by Injury or dlsoaso. It Is Important to consider their temperaments. Men should be of cheerful, hopeful disposi tion, nnd willing workers. Thoso of sullen, morose nature, although they may be good workers are very apt, na soon aa the novelty weurs off, to ho co mo dissatisfied, posslmlstlc and mel ancholy." Mr. Ogllvlc, chief of tho boundary survey, In a report of a trip down tho Yukon says regarding tho weather with thoso familiar with tho locality that tho storms which rage In that al tltudo nro llnrco from March to Oc tober. A man ouiight In uno of thorn runs tho risk of losing hi life unless ho can roauh shelter In a short time. A SMALL STORM. II I'iiih ll r Die Nlnt.i.f Hew York. Ilalnc (Nllitlil-mbU llmoaga. Amstordnm, N. Y., Aug. U.-Yostor-day a cyclone passed from west to cast nbotit n mile from tho village of Haga man, n suburb of this city, wrecking sovornl buildings. Three liarna were blown down and the house of John Hartog was wrecked nnd Mrs. Hartog badly Injured. The cyclone was of short duration. The damage to prop erty and crop will amount to thou sand of duller. New York. Aug. IT. Reports from tip the state tell of much damage by lightning during ynstenlay'a storm. The tnaae aerloua lota wan at Copen hagen, Uwls county, where I'lank & Neil!' mw mill, valued at $10,000, was destroyed. A cyclone imaeed over the eastern etui of Pulton county three farm house nnd many barns and outbuild ings being completely demolished. Many people sought refuge In their cellar. Mrs. Iloblnson and son, who live near Ilroad Albln. ran from their home whan they saw the storm ap proaching and threw themselves on the ground behind the barn. Tha structure was htawn down and both were serltmely Injured. Prof. Moore, elilif of tho weather bureau, has started wtwt ou a tour ot Inspection. Ilrlbury Uais Drel.Wd. . IwIbvIIU, Ky., Aug. 17. A apealal fraHrtjaargetawn, Ky., nays: The Hun ter bribery oaaes wero brought bofora Judge Cantrtll and deolded ailveraoly to Hunter yenterday. In other words, the demurrer of the Hunter side was overiuled by Judge 'am t HI, wlllfh fun es the rase to trial l ito demurrer wan argued by tho d-f. n i.mts them- b'Ua and the 'omni uw lUixs attor-; nr v aptH'jrf d for the euto Aft. r hear- itig tha argument the dei tded as Intjumtti' .Hifioiu itMf tunc Vorgnra, Aug. 17. AbohI 5000 pw sens wore present at tha trial of An glolll, tho aasln of Premier Canovns, ymtonlay. Tha vicinity of tha prleon waa almost daserUMl, tho Hiblle being apparently Indifferent in vlow of the death penalty would follow the eourt martial. Anglolll, heavily manacled, sat down betweon two gendareme and lmniedl ntfily In front of his Judge.. On n tnblo near by lay hU revolver and oth or ruatorlal ovldencea of the crime. Tho president of the court read the declarations of eye witnesses, after which tho wrltton statement ot tho prisoner waa read by tho elerlc of the court Anglolll, In tho courao of the atntoment, said ho left Foggln In Octo ber, 188fi, nnd wont to Marseille and Ilnroelona, where ho took tho name of Joa Santos. At first he had not thought of becoming an anarchist, but It waa In Corrlnnn ho began to bo Interested In anarchistic dootrlnos. Ho then re turned to Marseille. After his expul sion from that city he went to Ilelglum nnd Ixmdon, where ho apont most ot hla time In the society of anarchists. When tho execution took place at Ilaroolonn on May 4 of five of the an nrchlita convicted of participating In tho bomb outrage at tho feast of Cor pus Clirlstl, ho raneolvcd tho Idea ot nsaaaslnatlng Co novas. Without seek ing an accomplice he proceeded to Spain and carried out tho resolution. Anglolll wont on to say that passion for vongoancn led him to commit the crime. As ho was unacquainted with tho manufacture of explosive he used tho revolvor. Tho public prosecutor described t.io crlmo ns "premeditated murdor," and asked (he court to Impoio tho death penalty. Llout. Oorrla, whom tho eou.t had aiwlgned na counsel to Anglolll, urged that tho prisoner was demented al tho tlmo of tho shooting and made a strong appoal to the henovolence of the Judge. While his counsel waa presenting this plea Anglolll listened In silence. Thon ho asked pormlsslon to speak for him self, which was grnntod. He thanked Mout. (lerrla for his offorU nnd den.ed that he had any accomplice, or that ho woK an accompllco of those who com mitted the bomb throwing nutrngo at ilnrcolonu. or that ho hnd participated In Bocret gatherings of anarchists. Whon ho Iwgnn to discuss anarchist theories tho president of tho court In torruptod him and throatened to atop him If ho pursued that lino of remark or touched upon any mnttor not con nected with tho trial. Anglolll per alstod In speaking of polities nnd tho war In Cuba nnd tho Phlllpplno Islands. Tho president snld: "All that has nothing to do with your crime." Anglolll roiorted: "I mut Justify mysolf." Tho president repllod: "That la no Justlllentlnn. Moroovor you can con vince nobody In Hint way." Anglolll began again, but tho prel dont decided tho trial ended and or dorod tho courtroom cleaored. After tho prisoner had been conducted to his coll tho Judge dellliemted an hour and thon announced the death penalty.. PRINCE HENRI. Ha U f mirnr!iiff from ths iriimiil KpmItciI While KlRlitlns-u Duel. Paris, Aug. 17. Prince Henri of Or loans, who was wounded In tho lower right sldo of tho abdomen Sunday morning In a duol fought with the count of Turin, nophow of tho King ot nniy, passed a qulot night Ills con dition Is now considered by his physi cians to he satisfactory. don. Alhortono, tho Ilnllan officer who had challenged Prince Henri, hut who gtivo way to tho count, has with drawn his challenge. A sensational rumor whlah Is not yot confirmed Is In circulation that tho wound of Prlnee Henri Is not heating satisfactorily and tho patient Is suf fering from high fever. The physlclnas, It is said, decline to glvo and definite Information na to hla condition. According to another rumor the count of Turin, whon Prlnee Honrl was wounded hurried toward him greatly oxelted arid said :"I hopo It Is not serious." Henttnr (leorff llurlnl. JaoUson, Ml.. Aug. 17. The re mains ot the late Senator nsorxe were removed yesterday from the rotunda of tho enpltol, where they have been laying In state since 3 o'eloek Sun day, and at t p. w. were taken In a special oar attached to the regular train to Winona, where a special train conveyed them to Carrotltan. where the Interment took plane by the slda of his wife, who died a few weeks ago. Tho throng of peeule who passed In lino to view the remains oentinued far fnto the night and the line wan re formed early yeeiertluy morning. This world will never be re-luiad right until we are as eteemjr at elslit ovary night as we are when culled early in the morning. Nw Hltamtr Mna. New York. Aug. 17. It waa ofllslally announced yeateday that the Wilson- Furneaa-Leland steamship Interests havo decided to establish a line of iwe senger steamers between this port and London. In opposition to the Atlantic Trausport company and the Nutlona! line The Wilson Kurne I.cian.i pas senger steamers will begin the s-ikicg tho last part of Hcpii-mber and five ships ot 10"i)'i ichh Gr irs tonnage ire now being rapidly completed 4 the t The Ooant nf Tnrln anil t'rlnee llrnrl nf Or Itans Hawaii Knnniiiler. I'arli, Aug. U. Tito count of Turin and Prince Henri of Orleans fought n duel with swords yester day morning In the Uols do Mnroohntix at Vacdeseon. M. I.eontloft acted as umpire Tho fighting was most deter mined nnd lasted twenty-six tntntites. There were flvo engagements, ot which two wero nt oloso quarters. Prince Honrl rccolved two serious wounds In tho right shoulder and tho right sldo ot tho abdomen. Tho count of Turin wna wounded In the right hand. Prince Honrl waa taken to tho resldonco ot Due do Chnrtros nnd received medical attontlon. Tho condition of Prince Honrl ot Or leans was as satisfactory yostcrday evening as could bo cxpeclod. Tho doc tors, after consultation, oxprosscd tho opinion that no Important organ was touched, but nbsoluto rest Is necessary for recovery. Owing to rumors at Naples and clso whore tho public had not expected tho duol to coma off. It was, thorcfore, qulto private The official account, furnished by tho seconds, rcltorntcs fully tho circum stances lending up to the encounter. The count of Turin, considering the letters ot Prince Henri ot Orleans lo tho Figaro offensive to the Itnllan army, wroto him on July 0, domnndlng a retraction. This lcttor was answered Aug. 11, tho day of the arrival ot Prince Honrl In Franco. Tho prlnco replied to tho count's demand by telegram, maintaining tho right ot a traveler to record his experiences. Tho official account then describes tho arrangements for tho duel, gives tho names ot tho rcspcctlvo seconds and says that nt their first Intorvlow they agreed that tho oncountcr wns In evitablo. liy common accord tho con ditions wero settled aa foltowst Tho weapons to bo tho duelling swords, each combatant to use that ot hla own country, but tho blndos to bo ot equal longth. Hither combatant to bo nt liberty to maintain tho ground ho gains nml onch to bo allowed tho spaco of fifteen me tres within which to ndvanco or ro tire; each assault to contlnuo four min utes; the combat to bo resumed In tho positions occupied and only to termin ate on tho decision ot tho four seconds or tho ndvlco ot tho doctor, whon one of tho adversaries Is manifestly In n state of Inferiority; tho conduct of tho meeting to bo Intrusted alternately to the two pnrtlos, lota being drawn at tho commonccmont I It havs that In tho first nssnttlt Prlnco Henri wus hit In tho right breast, though tho woapon did not penotrnto tho thorax. On tho strength of tho re port of he doctors tho seconds do cldcd that tho combat must go on. The eeemd nssatilt was stopped becauso the combatants came Into close qunrtors. In tho third assult tho count of Turin was hit In tho back ot tho right hand, but tho wound wna slight. In the fourth assault the utnplro, Major Loon tioff, declared that the sword nt Prlnco Honrl wns bent nnd stopped the en gagement long onough to furnish the prlnco with n now wonpon. In tho fifth nsinult tho combatants again got Into closo tinrtors and wore Immodlutoly stopped, Prlnco Honrl, In a counter blow, being hit In the right lower region of tho abdomen. The doctors on both sldos oxamlnod tho wound and decided that Prlnco Honrl waa rendered by It clonrly Inforlor to lit antagonist. Major J contlfT nnd M. Mourlchon proposed that tho combat bo stopped, and this was demo by com mon accord. Vipjon oq .torn quo -.totioitt mm J ijll Whllo his wound wns being droascd. Prlnco Henri, raising himself upon thn ground, extended his hand to tho Count of Turin, saying: "Allow me, mon sclgnor, to shako hands with you." The count oxtondod his hand. Tho physicians wero Dm. Toupol nnd llartman, on bohnlf ot Prince Honrl, and Dr. Carlo on behalf ot the count. Hull I nr A rimy Pittsburg, Pa., Aug. IG.-jBtncs Ml bert, arrested as a suspicious character and supposed to bo nn anarchist, cre ated big oxcltomont yesterday morning at No. 3 police station house by slash ing Ave policemen with n ;azor. One ot the ofllcers, (leorge Molntyro, Is hor ribly cut on the face, ono wound ex tending from the ear to the throat, taking port nt the ear. HI condition Is serious. He was Anally overpower ed. A UrtrilftlT flm IlaHlmore, Mil., Aug. 16. The large saw and planing mills of the Tunis Lumber company, at the toot of llostou street, on the water front, wero de stroyed by tiro last night Flro was communicated to the structure bf a bolt or lightning and the conflagration was only subdued after It had wrought damago to tho extent of f 000,000. Tho property burned nnd the estimated damage to each wero heavy. Wfler Itrpnrlrd to IUt ltnlsned New York, Aug. 10. A dlspntou from Havana, Cuba, via Key West, says: 1 have learned on what seems to be the best nuthorlty.that Capt. den. Way. ler had sent hi resignation to Madrid This report is generally believed to be true There is no doubt that the res ignation Is due to the asnassinatiou ot Henor ("anovas drl Castillo, through who personal wishes We) ler was re tained In Cuba The report of 'Veyler'a resignation I a rauso for satisfaction JOUaHT WITH awOHUtf. i Til Miliar. Pittsburg. IM., Aug. 10. A Iwdrn' j ..ty ana fitful showers onnjrllititcd to i the fooling of depression which exist ed at the miners camps nt Tiirllolnd Plum Creeks yesterday. Tho rnvn huddled together for shelter tinder tho commissary tents nnd, Inivlng nothing olse to do, put In tho tlmo smoking and discussing tho strlko In nil Its phases. The spirit of aggressiveness, how-" over, has largely died out Tho same grim determination to stick It out until stnrvntlon brings defeat or their effort victory Is apparent, hut thero nro no propositions to attain tholr end by forco or to go contrary to tho sherlff. orders. Tho men nil realize that In opposing the law as represented by tho sheriff nnd his deputies thoy would havo about the samo success ns In butting their beads against n stone wall. Thoy have no lavo for the deputies, although thero Is an absoncq.of that saustlo roparteo between tho factions that havo charac terized former strikes. Thero wore no marches yesterday morning. This has been tho usual flunriay custom nt nil tho camps; but oven If It hnd been otherwise, the strict orders of nil strike lenders to wait qulotly until to-day would havo prevented them. Hundny has boon usually usd by thn I men to do missionary work among Uio working mlcrs. Nono of them nttompt cil to soo any workmou yesterday nnd kept sovcroly nwny from tho compa ny's housoa. The march In Westmoreland county will begin ns soon as the Injunction Is settled In court Much anxiety Is ox- pressed as to tho outcome. Tho men stnko ovorythlng on tholr ability tn I show tho right to assemblo and march on tho public roads. Thero was a largo mase mooting nt Plum Creek. About 1000 strikers nnd 200 minors from tho Plum Creek mine wero prosent. Speech os wsro mndo by President Ilatchfnrd, Samuel H. Com pors, Jnmes It. Sovereign and tho looat leaders. Tho meeting wns orderly ami thero waa no Interforenoe from tho dep uties. Thoro Is n possibility nf tho ciintoni ary march taking place- this morning In splto of tho strict ardors Issued by President Dolan ngnlnst such a course. Homo of tho men nro trotting under tho rostrnltvt and Cnpt Ilcllinghnm, who, I In chnrgo of tho camp, nnld Inst night that ho had not decided whothor toal low tho march or not Tho doptltlts nro on tho alert nnd any thoy will ar rest any otto who may participate. Ono family from the company's houses has been evicted and their household goods nro on tho rondsldo near Cantor. It Is probable othor avia tions Will Uiko plate. RACE WAR. t llliiiiily P.amuntrr llrttrrm deputy HbarJITt and Ncxiiir. Mttlo Itock. Ark.. Aug. 10. A bloody battlo between deputy sheriffs nnd n gang ot ncgrott occurred nt Palnrm, a llttlo town uonr tho line betweon Pulas ki nnd Faulkner counties, Into Satur day ovculug, As n result ot tho en gagement three men are dead, another fatally wounded and ono or two low f seriously Injured. The dead nrei Harrison Kerr, a nogro, shot to piece und found lying dead in the rpnd. Charloy Peters, a negro, killed ouU right Charlos Antlry, a whlta man, shot through tho heart by a negro. - Tho wounded nro: J. It. Clark, Jr telegraph operator, shot through tho shoulder, wounds considered fatal; D, , It Owens, a deputy sheriff, ahot ' through tho groin and seriously In jured; two or three negroes, oxtont ot Injurlos not known. Tho torrlblo nffulr was caused by Dopuly Sheriff Owens trying to ntrsit Harrison Kerr. Kerr wns wanted in fc Porry county on the charge of murder, f and Owens, who had a warrant for hla nrrost, found him ut Pnlarm with a crowd ot flvo or six other negroes. Whon Owens called ou Kerr to sur render the negro drew u pistol nnd fired at tho olllccr, tho bullet striking somo silver ntonoy in his poeket unit glancing, making a serious wound iff the groin. The silver doubtleea saved Owens' life. The officer summoned Clarke nnd Audry to hi aaslstaneo und Kerr's companions Joined him In resisting ar rest A regular battle took pleat, In which fifty ahota were fired, and when the shooting had eeased Charley Patera & Mild Charles Andry lay dead In their tracks; Clarke had retreated te his of. flee and fell upon the iloor, and Owens had rolled into a ditch near by. Kerr and the remainder of Ills onitwlnify had fled. The whole town waa arautsjl and coon a posse was In pursuit. Hnt rlson Kerr was found lying In the road a mile away, ahot all to pteeee. The posse continued the pursuit or his flee, ing companions, and If they nre en p. tured thoy will very probably bo strung up to a convenient limb. Ijlior tenanted, Tho dreamy eyed Inventor looked up J suddenly and slapped his hand dea'n on the desk with vigor. "What hayS juu luuiimi oi now t - asxed his wife. "I've got an Idea that fill a lung-felt, want. It la a cyclometer Uist sticks x. tra distance on the record when a man eilmbe a hill." Cincinnati Hnquiror, Cart Ouaranteeit. The Drlde-l al ..y bearj that love i srr.g.